TonyD | Comedy is a good way to take life seriously


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  • TonyD
  • Oct 23, 2016 - 10:16 PM


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    About Me

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    • Member since: 05/08/07
    • Last active: More than a week ago
    • Age: 43
    • First location: San Rafael, California, United States
    • Second location: Campobasso, Molise, Italy
    • Relationship Status: Dating
    • Looking for: Friends, Training Buddies
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    My Stats and Info

    • Build: Truly Ripped
    • Height: 5' 11''
    • Weight: 200 lbs
    • Waist: 32 inches
    • Chest: 47 inches
    • Arms: 17 inches
    • Hair color: Brown
    • Eye color: Green
    • Ethnicity: White
    • My gym: Home Gym & Gold's Marin & SOMA & The Bay Club
    • Weight training: 5 times per week
      45 minutes per session
    • Cardio training: 5 times per week
      30 minutes per session
    • Sports I like: Baseball, Basketball, Bodybuilding, Cycling, Kickboxing, Lacrosse, Rugby, Running, Skating, Soccer, Swimming, Tennis, Triathlon, Volleyball, Water polo, Weight training, Wrestling
    • Other sports I like: I'd love to play tennis!!
    • HIV status: HIV -
    • Safer sex?: Always


    Italian-American Fitness Trainer. I specialize in teaching guys and gals which are the best exercise to use for their body type. I take the mystery out of weight training by using my skills in biomechanics, yoga and PILATES.
    I make weight training into a science.
    No wasted time in the gym!

    I've had a few plays produced and am currently working/studying feature films.

    2007-09: country dancing was a pastime...

    2010: In Marin , working on my house...haven't danced in a year...I miss it.

    2011: working on my house, 2 puppies, god help me and a new relationship.
    Screenwriting and stand up comedy is emerging, again!!

    If you are in SF or Marin, and want to dance, let me know.

    Guys I'm Looking To Meet

    A sense of humor is a good way to take life seriously.
    Tired of standard gay fare.
    It doesn't work for me. Like to scratch the surface and see what really makes you and I tick!

    I will NOT date/search/whatever for a guy that I think LOOKS right for me. 'looks' are least for a while...who knows how your point of view of their looks change as you get to know the person? This all takes practice and patience.
    I now go by how I 'feel' with someone.
    How does he/she make me feel?
    Am I altering myself to be around this person
    can I be myself no matter what's going on?

    "We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence then, is not an act, but a habit."

    If I am not fearful of one thing, or, more specifically, not allow fear to stop me, it's this:
    When I'm feeling scared, I call someone on the phone to check in and calm down...or try to...anyway.

    I used to say: I'll go by 'chemistry'...that undefinable element that my body(senses)seems to know better than my eyes. However, lately, I've come to learn that 'chemistry' is another way of saying:
    'I don't know what IT is, but it works and I don't care anymore than that/don't want to fix it if it ain't broke.'
    This strikes me as lazy. Why?

    For initial contact, 'chemistry' is exciting, motivating and seems enough to move forward. Possibly. For longevity, chemistry is not enough.

    If we stop the search at 'chemistry', (DEFINITION: sexual attraction) then we cannot learn for the next time. Learn what? Answer: if this guy does NOT work out, and it usually doesn't, what can I learn to be more satisfied the next time. Wanna chat on this?: Feel free to message me. I've done some research...

    An ideal quote, however, is it realistic?
    "The purpose of life, after all, is to live it. To reach out eagerly and without fear for newer and richer experience."
    -Eleanor Roosevelt

    And if I am afraid, hopefully, Eleanor, I can tell the people closest to me and by doing so, they will not say:
    'it will be ok'
    'it will pass'
    which are culturally appropriate ways to not listen..and dismiss the person who's upset.
    We all do it, or most of us, because we don't know how/don't want to listen.

    Think about it: The next time someone asks how you are...what do you say?
    'OK' 'Fine' 'Not bad' 'Good'...and nothing more is matter what you are going through in life at the moment.

    What if you could really tell what's going on with you?
    ...and that person did not respond with the typical answers (see above) and says
    'tell me more about it.' THAT PERSON IS SOMEONE I WANT TO KNOW.
    That's intimacy...or the beginning of it, anyway.
    So, for me, if i say 'How are you?' I am then ready to hear what's really going on with that person.
    If I am not ready or just want to greet someone, I just say 'Hi' !!!

    MUSTS: Empathic, caring, creative, considerate guys who are interested in talking on these matters


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